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​​  ​ The Tasmanian Community Forest Agreement is a joint commitment of the Australian and Tasmanian Governments to enhance the protection of Tasmania's forest environment and assist the Tasmanian forest industry adjust to changes in forest resources. Under the agreement over $250 million was…
22 October 2020 - Last modified
Jointly prepared by the Commonwealth and Tasmanian Governments Progress Report 1 July 2009 – 30 June 2010 Introduction Regional Forest Agreements (RFA) are separate Agreements between the Commonwealth Government and the State Governments of NSW, Victoria, Tasmania and Western Australia. Based…
19 October 2020 - Last modified
​​​​The management of Australia's forests is guided by the 1992 National Forest Policy Statement (NFPS). The NFPS was signed by the Australian Government and all mainland state and territory governments in December 1992 and by the Tasmanian Government in April 1995. As signatories to the NFPS,…
22 October 2020 - Last modified
DownloadDocumentPagesFile sizeA way forward for Tasmania’s forests – the Tasmanian Community Forest Agreement PDF 82.1 MBFact Sheet Index PDF 1137 KBFact Sheet No 1 - Overview of the Tasmanian Community…
04 November 2019 - Last modified
​​​​​The National Policy on Fisheries Bycatch was endorsed by the Ministerial Council on Forestry, Fisheries and Aquaculture in April 1999.Published by – Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry…
04 November 2019 - Last modified
​​​​In accordance with the 1992 National Forest Policy Statement, in February 1995, the Ministerial Council on Forestry, Fisheries and Aquaculture, representing the states, territories and the Australian Government forestry authorities, prepared a statement of national principles to be applied in…
20 October 2020 - Last modified
A large number of seabirds are incidentally caught in fisheries across the world. In Australian waters, albatrosses and petrels are the bird species most frequently caught incidentally from fishing activities. To address key threats to seabirds from fishing activities in Australia, the Australian…
08 June 2021 - Last modified
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